Eliminating the thousands of injuries and deaths that happen on Houston’s streets will require a reckoning that the car-heavy city does not appear ready to make.
Marjorie Corcoran, a professor, was biking to work. Sudipta Roy, studying to be a nurse, had ridden to campus to see her husband. Both were struck and killed, in 2017 and 2018, in the intersection in front of Rice University … Read More
By refusing to strengthen particulate matter standards, the EPA is putting more people at risk.
Brett Perkison suffers from asthma. It’s mild, but it’s part of his life. A physician who practices in suburban Houston, Perkison said that when he goes for a run at the end of the day, when streets and freeways jam … Read More
Exploring the architecture of gentrification.
Baffled City Exploring the architecture of gentrification. Text by Allyn West Photos by Spencer Selvidge March 5, 2020 “Ugly,” Maria Nicanor says, “is a complicated word.” Nicanor moved with her family from Madrid to Houston in 2017 to become the … Read More